.NET R&D Digest (May, 2023)

It isn’t surprising that all of the recent months are captured in the AI storm. A lot of announcements made are related to AI and how it is going to transform the future not only in area of software development but in the whole world.

However, there are things which emergence of AI won’t change and a new issue of .NET R&D Digest is one of them.

This issues includes bits of architecture, clouds, computer science, software development, operating systems, visual studio and of course .NET with some internals.

Have a nice read!

P.S. Don’t forget to check recordings from Microsoft Build, especially the very entertaining “Scott and Mark Learn to Code” with Mark Russinovich and Scott Hanselman.

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.NET R&D Digest (April, 2023)

.NET 8 is coming closer, Microsoft Build 2023 is almost here, AI demonstrates exciting capabilities. Technology changes very fast these days, every month there is something new to expect, to study and to learn. Still, in this never ending whirlwind of change, there is one thing that doesn’t change – every month there is a new issue of .NET R&D Digest and this April is not an exception.

This issue includes bits of stories, concurrency, diagnostics, artificial intelligence, security, operating systems, performance, tools and not surprisingly – .NET.

Enjoy your reading!

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.NET R&D Digest (March, 2023)

The first quarter of 2023 was full of interesting announcements, mostly related to the advancements in AI and its integration into various products (which isn’t surprising because these tools really look great). This will definitely reshape the way a lot of people do their jobs (see it yourself in Sparks of Artificial General Intelligence: Early experiments with GPT-4).

Besides advancements in AI, we are also coming closer to the new step in transistors manufacturing which eventually will result in the new chips which will power our devices (as described here — The Future of the Transistor).

Even if you aren’t fun of AI and engineering I still recommend to read these, just to see what is coming. As usual, there is always something to read and learn besides trending topics. That is why, the new issue of .NET R&D Digest is here for you.

This issue includes bits of artificial intelligence, engineering, performance, distributed systems, diagnostics, operating systems, debugging, math and as usual — C# and .NET.

Have a nice read!

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.NET R&D Digest (February, 2023)

One more month is left behind. A lot of thing happened in a sense of technology (just think of all of the AI things which made their way not only to general public but also in business environment) and a lot more is coming, and while we are waiting for more innovations there is a new issue of .NET R&D Digest to read 🙂

This issue includes stories (more than usual) about past and future, bits of hardware, software development, diagnostics, profiling and of course — a lot of .NET.

Enjoy your reading!

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.NET R&D Digest (January, 2023)

I might be hard to believe but the first month of the 2023 has already passed. Technology world is moving forward to introduce new and fantastic features like this, intriguing, Blazor update, prepare for upcoming conferences and innovations. In addition to of all these fabulous things, new year also brings a new issue of .NET R&D Digest.

This issue includes bits of C#, diagnostics, performance, operating systems, clouds a few stories and of course .NET and .NET Internals.

Have a nice read!

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